Lighthouse Low Vision Services Test

Lighthouse Low Vision Services Test2023-01-26T10:16:46-08:00
Orientation and Mobility Specialist Erin Fitzpatrick doing white cane training with a student

COVID-19 Update:

Currently our physical location for the Low Vision Clinic and Low Vision Store are open by appointment only.

Low Vision Clinic – (206) 436-2228
Low Vision Services – (206) 436-2154
Low Vision Store – (206) 436-2229

CLINIC HOURS: Mondays-Thursdays 8:00-4:00 by appointment only
In-person appointments available Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. |  Telehealth appointments available Mondays.

STORE HOURS: The store is not open for in-person visits, but store orders can be placed over the phone. Please call (206) 436-2229 for inquiries.

The Lighthouse for the Blind Inc., located at 2501. S. Plum in Seattle is expanding its programs to enhance services for the Low Vision Community in the Puget Sound region. Services include Low Vision Rehabilitation Services, Lighthouse Low Vision Clinic, and Lighthouse Low Vision Store.

Low vision is generally defined as a vision decrease that cannot be corrected with conventional glasses or contact lenses which interferes with the performance of daily living tasks. Examples of eye conditions that can cause low vision include macular degeneration, glaucoma, inherited retinal conditions, diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, etc.

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